Bias Colours by David Chan

Bias Colours by David Chan

WHEN
15 January – 14 February 2018
VENUE
DUO Galleria
OPENING HOURS
Opens Daily 11.30am–6.30pm
ADMISSION
Free Admission
WEBSITE
http://www.artseasonsgallery.com

Bias Colours by David Chan

Bias Colours is David Chan’s 8th solo exhibition. In this series, David creates both paintings and sculptures to explore a broad spectrum of our current social and psychological climate. Bias Colours is essentially a broad critique of the social and psychological climate that we are currently in. It is a contemporary attempt at defining the human condition.

In this series of works, the key objective is to explore the gap between emotions. It is the space where emotions are unsettled and the biases are just beginning to emerge. In other words it is an awkward juncture where we are not a well-mixed colour, but a flush of many hues that result in a convoluted grey. Such imbalances may create frustration and confusion and even resentment and fear, however it also represents a moment of realisation and an opportunity for change.

Artist Talk
2 February, 7pm–9pm

Artist Workshop
3 February, 1pm–3pm

Mirror, David Chan, 2017. Image courtesy of the artist and Art Seasons Gallery
Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore
4 November 2017 – 31 January 2018
Big towers, the first exhibition at ICA Singapore by curator Caterina Riva, addresses her encounter with another geography and context, where expectations, regulations, fears and dreams call for a readjustment.